>> breaking news this morning, hillary clinton gets set to unveil her economic plan that includes big taxes on wealthy americans. i'm nicole petallides. >> i'm lauren simonetti. a new batch batch of e-mails the questions the relationship between hillary clinton the state department clinton foundation. >> falling oil prices and energy stocks dragged down the dow 37 points. dow futures up 29 s&p up 32, nasdaq up 37. >> japan's nikkei index fell .18% oil prices lost another 2.5% yesterday. let's check in a bucket that.
outside 1% and 41 .31 per barrel. >> has the american consumer stop shopping at a department store? find out when we get the latest earnings for macy's, cole said nordstrom's and what to expect. >> the mystery of the green polls of the olympics, we will tell you what happened and also at the olympics cable anchors the women's relay team and third gold medal of the games. michael phelps could win his 22nd career goal tonight. those highlights coming up. >> exciting. 5:01 a.m. thursday august 11 through a commute to fbn a.m.. the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead >> breaking news this morning hillary clinton morning hillary clinton said to laughter economic plan in michigan today, days after donald trump unveiled his economic policies in detroit. clinton has been saying she would raise taxes on wealthy
americans and the companies to fund many of her plans. >> what we have been seeing in recent years as a deliberate effort to undermine the middle class. some of it because of what is called trickle-down economics. cut taxes for the wealthy, get out of the way of corporations and that didn't work out so well, did its? >> in his economic speech on monday trump said he would reduce the corporate tax. from 35% to 15%. >> a new "fox news" 2016 scorecard finds that battleground map is in hillary clinton's favor little bit. this after recent polls show clinton widening her lead in those battleground states. if clinton wins the states considered solid or leaning democrat she would get 273
electoral votes while trump would have 164, 270 electoral votes are needed to win the white house. a state department spokesperson shutting down questions about newly-released clinton a mouse during the agencies daily briefing. e-mails allegedly showed improper influence on the department by the clinton foundation. >> i can't speak to the specific cases but i'm also not going to speak to specific actions. i can't speak specifically. again i'm unable to speak to specific. the clinton campaign denies allegation. in an interview this is what clinton said, there is no connection between anything i did the secretary of state and the clinton foundation. >> meanwhile donald trump attacking donald trump in a campaign event in florida. trump is accusing her breaking the laws during her time at the state department.
>> you're not allowed to do it, it's illegal, it's illegal and i would imagine other things are going to be coming down the pike to. >> last night on on the record with greta van susteren trump didn't apologize for the coal-mining industry. >> clinton said not so long ago she wants to put the miners and the mines out of business and its ridiculous ridiculous pitch he tried to retract a better was a bit late. >> trump promising to bring back lighting shots and telling the crowd the november election be the last chance to seize the coal industry. >> donald trump says he does not speak for the secret service about as controversial second member comments. called the report on "cnn" a hoax that took his comments out of context. a federal official to the secret service has not had any formal talks with the trump campaign about the 2nd amendment comments.
>> whoa did everybody see this yesterday? hydrometer over the streets of midtown manhattan. yesterday police captured a 20-year-old man trying to climb the trump tower using suction cups. he claimed he wanted a private audience with trump to discuss an important matter. police took him into custody on the 21st floor after warning him that the window could. >> once he proceeded to pretty much ignore that and tried to ascend detective williams and detective walker founded to be the opportune moment to take advantage of that opportunity and bring that individual safely into the window. >> they pulled him right in. he was safe but the man was taken to bellevue hospital for evaluations. specific cover the "new york post" today, the ceo of delta airlines taking full
responsibility for the computer failure to cancel more than 2000 points. listen. >> i think in the long run our customers are going to look to who we are and what we provide provide well the provide well this is but an unfortunate week and it's a week that we have been very sorry about and learned a lot about. the products will be putting forth in the future. >> delta has been offering 200-dollar vouchers for future travel to customers delayed more than three hours or grounded by cancellations. delta says it's using its private jets that subsidiary to get 40 customers for atlanta to their destinations. the final leg of your journey on a private jet, not bad. sign me up. a different story here, pharmaceuticals plunging 12% in
extended trading after reports of federal prosecutors are investigating whether the company defrauded insurers. the drugmakers accused of hiding its close relationship with the mail-order pharmacy. valient says its core operating with the ongoing investigation. >> new data out of opec indicates the cartel is not likely to come back on its production and time soon. last month production rose or a $6000 a day, that's up to 33 million barrels. it's close to an all-time high and it's a sign the world's biggest oil producers are still battling for market share. oil output from saudi arabia the world's largest producer actually hit an all-time high last month. >> the global market started off at a mixed bag. the index in china down index in chinatown have a .% japan dennis cape down two tenths of 1% while the hong kong hang seng gained
half a% and korea's cosby up two tenths of 1%. london down 27 points. ryanair, minors are hurting a little bit as a hot oil prices pull back. i just saw the breakdown of the european market energy the weakest technology the strongest and that's been the theme of late. check out the dow right now futures up 41 s&p up. nasdaq futures up 11. >> energies week let's check out where oil is trading. down 1 dollar yesterday and 32 cents today, gold 1351 announced. >> meantime the dollar, uk pass 129 so still dropping down several days in a row. in fact all the currency's are lower against the u.s. dollar this morning. the euro uk pound and japanese yen.
>> a 10 year treasuries 1.1% yield. ali baba before the opening bell and was expecting the chinese on line retail giant to record -- reported strong first-quarter revenue expected to jump nearly 50% from last year. earnings are forecast to increase about 13%. the company is expected to get a boost from its cloud computing business. one analyst says china's industry is on the brink of massive growth. ali baba shares hit their highest level in more than a year yesterday and are higher again in free-market states and another 52 week record. >> we are watching ali baba shares in retail expected to move big time today in the big question is are you still going to the mall? macy's reports many of its first-quarter problems will be be -- for because of a drop in tourism sales and tourism sales and a shift to shopping on line. investors hoping for a turnaround today but macy's earnings-per-share are expected to fall 30%.
then you have calls reporting before the open. analysts are looking for revenue to decline from a year ago. earnings are shared expected to call for% of nordstrom's report after today's closing bell today a disappointing first-quarter results and expecting to see a drop in earnings because of lower sales and failed markdowns. that hurts your profits sometimes. >> here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." the housing rebound leaves a broad group out in the cold. the lopsided recovery has shelled out aspiring middle-class homeowners who have been forced to rent because of damaged credit, swelling student loans tough credit standards and a lack of affordable homes. australia mr. blac chyna and hong kong bids for control of its power grid. lott or sifry's national security concerns about the bids and michael kors and ralph lauren. michael kors is cutting back
sales to department stores hoping that less inventory will translate to more fully priced sales while row floor in his closing retail shops. >> changing landscape here and this is what we have coming up it for years nevada taxpayers have. >> millions of dollars subsidizing homeowners but that is about to end. >> was started as a legislative policy kick-starts the industry. 18 years later it stands on its own 2 feet. >> will other states follow nevada's lead? we will take a look in heat and humidity turn the northeast tropical and give some people bad hair days. we will talk to me there all just worry enough who will tell us how long this could last unless check on stock markets futures. the dow reversing yesterday's losses futures up 41 points as mp features up three points nasdaq futures gaining 11. we'll take a look at oil prices
>> welcome back. hillary clinton outlined her plans for boosting jobs as well as the economy today in a speech at the automotive defense the automotive defense sector in detroit. donald trump and back on the attack over the latest release of e-mails from clinton's private server. u.s. swimmer katie libicki won her third olympic gold-medal and michael felt welcome pizza night the u.s. has 11 gold medal so far, that's one ahead of china. many the country's largest retailers are opening their books for the latest quarter. colson macy's reports before the bell and nordstrom's for the close the day.
stock market features now higher by 45-point a court 11% as mp of four, nasdaq futures back on 12. >> look at this these are hard times for solar. recent court ruling is shaping up to cost solar customers big money that people who do not use the power of the sun said about time. fox's claudia callan has the details. >> every year unit that homeowners spend $60 million to help subsidize 70,000 customers to put solar panels on their roofs but not for much longer. a controversial move the public utility commission is phasing out that subsidy over the next 12 years. >> let's hear one more time for solar. >> solar customers in the data blasting the space suits is decision to phase out not metering the incentive that
reimburses residential customers at retail rates for excess power generated by their rooftop panels. >> you see governor sandoval has backstabbed us and gone again supporting us. according to solar activists the new rules may customers utility bills will increase by 50% meaning someone that paying more than at the knock on solar. many customers said they would have shelled out thousands of dollars to install rooftop panels if they had known that be hit with higher fees and blame the public utility commission for what they call a bait and switch. paul thompson had of nevada's pnc said the perk was unfair because it meant homeowners he didn't have solar panels were subsidizing those who did. >> the solar industry has gotten larger and larger and we have seen the subsidy grow. what started as a legislative policy kick-starts the industry and now 18 years later it stands
on its own 2 feet. >> the house used to be full of solar panels. >> as a result of the new policy many solar companies say they have to downsize due to lack of customers in several including solar city of stop doing business in the state eliminating more than 500 jobs. activists are hoping state lawmakers will allow customers to rent solar before the pnc with the rates they signed up for inviting this new policy in the courts. it's illegal for other states like california and arizona are watching closely. claudia cao when, back to you. >> thank you so much. don't miss sun work ceo on cavuta coast-to-coast at noon eastern time right here on the fox business network. civic comping up -- coming up caleb hideki entered the four by 20 and michael phelps could win
his 22nd career goal high. green water went to another swimming pool at the olympic games. look at that. >> you got more green as the day went on and i was trying really hard to keep myself from laughing. when we got to the end of the tower i looks down and i looks really really green. >> the mystery of why the pool turned green has apparently been solved and we will tell you about it. here are watching fb a.m. at deer first look at the morning markets and your morning news.
>> welcome back 5:22. we have to talk about the picture the green pool we showed you yesterday because guess what another pool is turned green. officials say they know why the water is not blue and they say it's safe. >> the chlorine in both pools are within the required standards. we have treated both pools during the night and the chlorine levels have party improved. we expect the color to get back to blue very shortly. >> officials say the chemical imbalance was thrown off by the large number of people using the pools. but it's the olympics. what a lot of people use the pools?
>> more chlorine. it's a chemical. >> i'm not a pool expert but it seems simple. now for the world of sports 19-year-old u.s. over katie ladecky carry the united states to victory in the war by to roost -- freestyle last night. the deck he pulled out that one and that's her third goal to enforce metal overall to olympics. michael phelps beat his teammate ryan locks in the semi-finals at the individuals. both men will be competing for the goal tonight. the second most decorated at the café behind phelps. kristin armstrong won the cycle trial yesterday. it was her third consecutive goal in that event. armstrong is 43 years old today. u.s. basketball team had to work hard for when over a study last night. americans trailed 72-70 with nine minutes left.
carmelo anthony scored 31 points and kylie irving had 19 including kerry. the u.s. has the lead with 32 followed by china and japan. turn to baseball the boston red sox fans got a chance to boo alex rodriguez again before he was done. a-rod pitches slide out of the seventh inning of the yankees 9-4 win against the red sox last night. a-rod scheduled to start again, red sox tonight in finishing tamari yankee stadium. yankees cut him loose. before you head out the door today how is it looking and what do you need? we have the thursday forecast of meteorologist maria molina. >> the forecast looks similar to what we have been covering over the last couple of days across the southeastern u.s. dealing
with the storm system bringing in areas of heavy rain and this time around is more focused across portions of the gulf coast. the heavy rain is coming down and forecast to continue over the next couple of days. we are anticipating potentially 12 inches of rainfall with a number of flash flood watches up plot costs mississippi louisiana in far western part of the florida panhandle. meanwhile across parts of the midwest we have severe weather with damaging winds large hail possible as there's across parts of iowa and eastern portions of nebraska. temperatures continue to be very hot across the nation. the forecast tying kansas city is expected to reach 90 degrees and 103 in dallas and upper 90s for the hesed city of houston across east coast temperatures climbing and it's going to be humid out there so expect the temperatures to climb into the upper 90s in triple digits for some of you over the next couple of days. >> coming up a new batch of
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hillary clinton set to unveil their economic land including big taxes on wealthy americans. i'm lauren simonetti. senakai nicole petallides donald trump takes aim at the new batch of a mouse or raise questions about the relationship between hillary clinton and the state department to clinton foundation. falling oil prices and energy stocks dragging the dow down 37 points but today dow futures are higher by 41 points or less checkout asia stocks down fractionally. oil prices lost 2.5% yesterday for 1 dollar now they are down
again a quarter, $41.47 a barrel. >> has the american consumer stop shopping at department stores? we will find out and get the latest earnings from macy's colson nordstrom's. the ministry of the green pool at the olympics has apparently been solved. we will tell you what happen. also at the olympics katie ledecky wins her third gold medal of the olympics and michael phelps wins the 200-meter individual medley semifinals and could win his 22nd career goal tonight. all the highlights coming up. 5:31 a.m. in new york thursday. welcome to the fbn a.m.. the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. breaking news this morning hillary clinton set to lay out her economic plan today in michigan. this just days after don trump unveiled his economic alosi in detroit. clinton has been saying she would raise taxes on wealthy americans and large corporations
to fund many of her plans. >> what we have been seeing in recent years is a deliberate effort to undermine the middle class. some of it because of what is called trickle-down economics. cut taxes for the wealthy, get out of the way of corporations and that didn't work out so well, did it? >> in his economic speech on monday trump said he would reduce the corporate tax. from 35% to 15%. a new "fox news" 2016 scorecard finds the battleground map is tilting in hillary clinton's favor. "fox news"'s team moving new hampshire pennsylvania and virginia from a tossup to leaning democrat category after recent polls show hillary clinton widening her -- she would get 273 electoral votes
and trump would have 164. you need 270 electoral votes to win the white house. >> the state department spokesperson shutting down questions about newly-released clinton e-mails. during the agency's daily briefing. e-mails allegedly show improper influence on the department by the clinton foundation. >> i can't speak to specific cases and i'm not going to speak to specifics. i can't speak to specific cases. again i'm unable to speak to specific cases. >> the clinton campaign denies the allegation. in an interview with "fox news sunday clinton also said cole there is absolutely no connection between anything i did the secretary of state and the clinton foundation. meanwhile donald trump attacking hillary clinton following the release of e-mails at a campaign event in florida last night topic topic using are breaking the law during her time at the state department.
>> pay-for-play. you are not allowed to do it, it's illegal. it's illegal and i would imagine other things are going to be coming down the pike. >> last night on the record with greta van susteren trump criticized clinton for -- on the coal-mining industry. >> clinton said a few months ago she wants to put the miners and put the mines out of business and it's ridiculous and she tried to retract it but it was a little bit late. >> trump promising to bring back mining jobs and he told the crowd the november election would be their last chance to save the coal industry. donald trump says he did not speak to his controversial 2nd amendment comments on hillary clinton. "cnn" reported the secret service contacted the trump campaign after his comments and trump claims the story was a hoax and a ploy for ratings. federal officials said the
secret service has not had any formal talks with a trump campaign about his 2nd amendment supporter comments. did you see this over the streets of manhattan as please captured a 20-year-old man trying to climb the john tower using suction cups. he wanted a private audience with trump to discuss an important matter. police rebels are taken into custody on the 21st floor after warning him that the windows could. >> once he proceeded to ignore that and try to ascend to check avoidance and detective walker found at the opportune moment to take advantage of that opportunity and bring the individual to safety through the window. >> that man was taken to bellevue hospital for psychological evaluation he is a trump supporter.
trump tweet it out great job by the nypd. the ceo of delta airlines taking full responsibility for thhat fe company to cancel more than 2000 flights this week. >> i think in the long run my customers are going to look to who we are and what we provide while this is then an unfortunate week and it's a week that we have been very sorry about and we have learned a lot about. the quality and reliability will be consistent with what we have done over a long period of time. /spat delta is offering $200 vouchers customers delayed three hours are grounded by cancellations. delta said it used its private chat subsidiary to get about 40 customers from atlanta to their destinations yesterday. not too shabby. >> shares her valiant
pharmaceuticals tumbling more than 9% after plunging more than 12% late last night. this after reports that her prosecutors are investigating whether the company to frauded insurers. the drugmakers accused of hiding its drug relationship with a mail-order pharmacy. valient says it's cooperating with the ongoing investigation. >> you know how oil ran up recently, new data from opec indicates the cartel is not likely to cut back on its production anytime soon. last month's production by opec members rose 46,000 euros a day from june up more -- up to more than 43 million barrels. the world's biggest oil producers are battling for market share oil from saudi arabia particular the largest oil producer hit an all-time high last month. we saw -- and gas prices keep
going down. and in asia to deposit in chinatown and 1/2% in japan and the nikkei down after the 1% apparel and hang seng in hong kong up to 40% and kospi up .2%. >> let's check out what's going on on in your poor energy is weak technology is strong mixed bag the german dax up more than half a%. aside from friday and the jobs report we have not seen huge moves by the major averages titrating and that's what we are seeing this morning dow futures are higher by 45 points, nasdaq up 12 and every think was record highs. >> maybe the retail cells record might bring more for us tomorrow. with oil 41 .48 apparel.
>> is a 70 u.s. dollars trading against cade currencies by the euro, the pound the mexican peso and again at u.s. dollars. we are seeing the yields for the day at 1.51%. ali baba is -- and was expecting the chinese on line retail retail giant to report a strong first quarter. revenue expected to jump 50% from last year and earnings are forecast to increase 13%. ali baba's expected to get cloud computing business but one analyst is the cloud industries on the brink of massive growth. as for ali baba shares they hit their highest level in more than year and they are higher in the free market. the bid ask his 8910, 289.40. >> we are waiting for the retail sales number tomorrow and watching retail stocks that are in focus. macy's and bloomingdale's
reports earnings per for the opening bell. the company says many of its profits were because of a drop in tourism initiative to e-commerce with investors will be hoping for a turnaround. kohl's also this morning opening bell and was looking for poles earnings and revenue to decline from one year ago. nordstrom's reports after the close the company a disappointing first-quarter results and expect to see a drop in earnings, future lower sales and mark downs. >> headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." housing rebounds leave a broad group out in the cold. the lopsided recovery in the housing market has shot up millions of aspiring homeowners forced to rent because of damage credit, big student loans are tough credit standards and a lack of affordable homes. australia moves to block china and hong kong control of its power grid. lawmakers have raised national security concerns about those bids.
michael kors and ralph lauren battle discount and your shopper visits. coors is cutting back sales at department stores hoping less inventory could translate to full priced items and ralph lauren is closing retail shops at 10% of its stores. coming up the bruising battle between donald trump and hillary clinton could determine which party controls congress at the november election. the senate -- new hampshire is a perfect example. >> i'm going to be voting for him. i'm not endorsing him. span we'll take a closer look at the neck-and-neck senate race. >> you did humidity turns the northeast tropical. meteorologists barea molina will tell us how long it will last and let's check out the u.s. stock market. we were hitting records over the last week or so the dow within striking distance of a record
that maybe today will be the day for the dow to break through to new highs. the dow futures 45 and s&p futures up four and nasdaq up 13. we told you about the report yesterday opec not likely to put on its -- put on a freeze. 41 .49 down a half a%. you're watching fb and a.m. your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
>> is 5:45. hillary clinton outlined her plan for boosting jobs and economy in a speech at an automotive factory in detroit. donald trump went back on the attack over the latest release of e-mails from clinton's private server. u.s. number katie ledecky won her third olympic gold medal last night that michael phelps will compete tonight for his 22nd gold medal. the u.s. has 11 gold-medal so far and that's one ahead of china. many of the countries largest retailers are reporting earnings this week, kohl's and macy's
reported before the opening bell today. nordstrom's after the close and tomorrow we'll get the retail sales numbers that everyone is watching closely. if let's check out u.s. stock markets covering near highs the dow futures up 44 s&p futures at 34 and nasdaq up 12. >> this initial presidential race is having a trickle-down effect on other big contest in november like in hampshire senate race. incumbent republican is having a hard time in her bid for re-election and a lot of people are blaming donald trump. "fox news" rick leventhal has the details. [applause] 's finger puppet in such a kelly ayotte a kelly ayotte hosts a forum on veterans health issues part of busy schedule as she fights for her political future and one of the tightest races in the nation against democratic governor maggie hassan. >> i want to bring the kind of work ethic and pragmatism and
commitment to problem solving behalf in the state. >> i wake up every single day with a sense of purpose to work as hard as i can on behalf of the people of new hampshire. there are always challenges thrown at you but it's worth it. >> onward to victory in november. >> three months before the election polls show the election is in dead heat. new hampshire typically runs democratic election years and hillary clinton's lead over downtown has risen. ayotte is doing better than trump here and in trying to distance herself from him while hassan is endorsing hillary. >> i support hillary clinton because we have been working towards expanding middle-class opportunities helping small businesses. ayotte is walking a fine line. >> i said clearly i'm going to be voting for him. i'm not endorsing him and i have disagreements with him would have been quite vocal about and
i will continue to do that. >> are locked and -- has escaped his attention did last week he told the "washington post" she has given me no support and she is quote week. a out and are treading carefully because nature -- neither candidate is well-liked in her home state. >> donald trump and hillary clinton are the two least popular candidates that have run for president in a 20 century in new hampshire they are unfavorable up 60% of voters have unfavorable opinions of both candidates. >> andy. >> and dismiss at the races too close to call and will likely be the most expensive political battle in new hampshire's history and that includes millions of dollars pouring in from out-of-state donors trying to influence the outcome. lauren and akel back to you. >> rick leventhal thank you. coming up at the olympics u.s. women's basketball had an easy win over serbia. serious green water, yuck another summing pool at the
olympics. >> i'm trying hard to hold myself from laughing because when we got to the end of this hour i looked down and it was really really green. >> the mystery of why the polls turned green, apparently has been solved. we will tell you all about it. you're watching fbn a.m. your first look at morning markets.
good morning and we welcome you back to fb and a.m.. it's 5:32 on the east coast through summers and divers are used to seeing blue water in the pool. go figure. the tube poll pools up to rio olympics it turned green so there was cause for concern. olympic officials say they know why the water is turned green and it is safe. >> the chlorine levels are within the standards. the ocona the levels have improved and we expect the caller to return surely. full officials say the chemical balance of the pools was thrown
off by the large number of people using them. let's look at the latest in sports. another gold medal for u.s. number katie ledecky. the 19-year-old turned in another performs security u.s. to victory in the 200-meter freestyle last night. u.s. trails the first three. michael phelps teamed up to win his 21st gold medal. last night felt beat him in the semifinals of 200 individual medley. both of them will be competing for goal tonight in the -- locke is the most decorated athlete behind phelps. the u.s. women's basketball team won 10-84 win over serbia yesterday. she had a game-high 25 points. next up for the u.s. as canada tomorrow afternoon. kerry walsh jennings and april
ross of united states lost their first set of the olympics but won the decisive third yesterday to be switzerland. they're now if 3-0 in rio and by the way the americans designed their own olympic uniforms. that is actually latin volleyball. the u.s. has the lead 32, lebanon gold followed by china with 23 in japan with 18 medals. before you head out the door lets look at your thursday forecast. fox mirages maria molina. >> you'll need that umbrella out there across many parts of the country starting across the central gulf coast. we are looking at a flash flood potential with this lingering area of low pressure the sprint bring in heavy rain and producing flash flooding across portions of northern florida. now that shifts towards the west towards parts of louisiana and parsa southern mississippi. we do have flash flood watches in effect in that threat will continue over the next couple of days. meanwhile across portions of the
midwest and into the plains we are looking at another storm system bringing in thunderstorms and some of these storms could bring isolated severe weather so we are watching for that especially across portions of iowa and eastern nebraska. temperatures across the planes will be very hot 98 degrees for your forecast high in kansas city in the city of houston as we head further south across the east coast expect temperatures to keep climbing along with committee. nicole and lauren back to you. >> it sounds a little fishy to me. has released an array of interesting flavors are the past couple of years but this might be the most unique. this as a limited-edition cookie chocolate wafer with cherry candy flavored red cream inside. if you want to try it available exclusively at programmers supermarkets throughout the country starting this week. what you think lacks. >> coming up luvall head over to
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is thursday august 11. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast hillary clinton set to unveil her economic policy michigan later today. candidates are the clashing over who will be the best to spur economic growth in the u.s.. >> i have this old-fashioned idea that the middle class of america is what keeps america's economy working. >> we are cutting taxes. hillary clinton is raising taxes. that's going to bring jobs and, that's going to bring companies and that's going to keep companies here. the middle class who have been treated so badly. maria: new questions being on the clinton private e-mail scandal. the outrage after reports say the justice department tonight an fbi request to investigate the clinton foundation. a young man under arrest this morning after scaling the site of trump towers in new york city yesterday.